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Just wondering if something is normal or not. I'm seeing on Corsair Link for my RM850i that there are two sets of three readings in the Power tab. They are RM850i 12V V, RM850i 5V V. R,850i 3.3V V, RM850i 12V A, RM850i 5V A and RM850i 3.3V A.


What should these readings be and what are they telling me? The first three are staying at 12.1, 5.0 and 3.3 (Volts I assume?) and the other three are fluctuating at around 7, 2 and 3 respectively. Are the latter three readings showing amps? Or voltage of the second rail? I am in dual rail mode. I'm just checking to see if these are normal. As you may be able to tell, I'm not knowledgeable in this area!


The reason I'm asking, partially anyway, is my PC keeps randomly rebooting with no BSOD and no error message in the event log apart from a generic "your PC shut down or lost power unexpectedly" error. I am hoping that this is not a PSU issue as I have already had to RMA an 850i when I bought it around a month and a half ago. I got a new one and it's been running fine. I also got a new GPU (which I installed at the same time as the new PSU) and it ran fine for two weeks, after which I "upgraded" from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and installed an SSD (there is nothing on the SSD at the moment). This random reboot has been happening most days once a day for about a week now, maybe longer. I have reinstalled graphics drivers and unscheduled some tasks that were possibly causing restarts (they were weird media center remnants, google the issue and you'll see what I mean), not sure what to try next.


Any ideas what the second problem could be whilst I'm here? Cheers for any help :)

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A = Amps.


There is no "dual rail mode". The RMi has either a single +12V rail or every port on the modular interface is its own rail.


Random reboots can be anything. Do you have "automatically restart" unchecked under "startup and recovery"?

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